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trXD
15-07-09, 21:09
Those movie moments that make you go :rolleyes: or :confused: or :eek:.

"I'll never let go jack! I'll never let go!"

*lets go*

SilviaIsMyHero
15-07-09, 21:15
''Mother! You're alive!''
''Too bad YOU... *pause*... WILL DIE!''

From Mortal Kombat 2 ,or however it's called, movie.
Seriously... WTF?

]{eith
15-07-09, 21:16
''Mother! You're alive!''
''Too bad YOU... *pause*... WILL DIE!''

From Mortal Kombat 2 ,or however it's called, movie.
Seriously... WTF?

Don't forget "The date's over!"
SQUASH!

-_- Stupid, stupid movie.

Anne Boleyn
15-07-09, 21:18
Those movie moments that make you go :rolleyes: or :confused: or :eek:.

"I'll never let go jack! I'll never let go!"

*lets go*

There's so many - heck, there's so many in TITANIC! 'Jack!' 'Rose!' 'Jack!' 'Rose!'; 'Molly' Brown?; Jack and Rose being around at EVERY moment of the ship's sinking, from the collision to the railing sliding under the water; Cal shooting at them; all upper class people being evil; Murdoch shooting himself; Bernard Hill's Captain Smith.

Gah! Just watch A Night to Remember!

But one of my all-time worst, most cliched and poorly written movie moments ever was in the Spielberg's 'War of the Worlds'. Namely, the scene at the end when his son appears alive and well (with NO EXPLANATION) after being presumably killed in an alien attack from which he could not possibly have escaped. His survival had no emotional impact was basically a huge insult to the intelligence of the viewer.

SilviaIsMyHero
15-07-09, 21:20
{eith;3822305']
-_- Stupid, stupid movie.

Indeed. First movie was far below decent, but it was watchable. Second movie though... what were they thinking? Has anyone who worked on movie actually watch it?

AmericanAssassin
15-07-09, 21:22
"I'll never let go jack! I'll never let go!"

*lets go*

Oh, please. :rolleyes: She meant that she would never go of her love for him. Not literally let go of his body. ;)

x2crazyidiot
15-07-09, 21:25
My Bloody Valentine, when the naked girl hides under the bed (the LAST place a killer would check :rolleyes:) then she uses the wired net of the bed as protection against a pickaxe! :confused: :hea:

]{eith
15-07-09, 21:27
Indeed. First movie was far below decent, but it was watchable. Second movie though... what were they thinking? Has anyone who worked on movie actually watch it?

And now, after 12 years, production of MK3 is supposed to start soon. I'm scared. :eek:

Catracoth
15-07-09, 21:27
My Bloody Valentine, when the naked girl hides under the bed (the LAST place a killer would check :rolleyes:) then she uses the wired net of the bed as protection against a pickaxe! :confused: :hea:

That was hilarious :vlol:! Hey, it helped her for a little while.

SilviaIsMyHero
15-07-09, 21:29
{eith;3822346']And now, after 12 years, production of MK3 is supposed to start soon. I'm scared. :eek:

You're kidding?! I can't believe they're gonna make another movie after that. I just hope it goes straight to DVD if they ever film it.

Anne Boleyn
15-07-09, 21:31
Any Halloween after the first one. Having Michael Myers become a superhuman, indestructible monster was annoying. Only Carrie successfully pulled off the 'killer is not really dead' horror moment, and then it turned out to be a dream!

Another: Hannibal. He escapes again at the end. So, effectively, you've just wasted two hours watching a dull, suspenseless train-wreck of a movie.

Carbonek_0051
15-07-09, 21:31
My Bloody Valentine, when the naked girl hides under the bed (the LAST place a killer would check :rolleyes:) then she uses the wired net of the bed as protection against a pickaxe! :confused: :hea:

Omg, you have no idea how many times I screamed at the TV during that film.:vlol:

Tonyrobinson
15-07-09, 21:33
Bloodrayne movie.

Gypsy Friend: Rayne, take my swords!

*Rayne runs to her bites her neck and kills her*

patriots88888
15-07-09, 21:34
Well, there was this one movie (can't remember the title) and these two guys were talking to one another, and they just kept going on and on about everything and anything and they wouldn't ever shut up and it was really, really, really annoying and...

x2crazyidiot
15-07-09, 21:34
That was hilarious :vlol:! Hey, it helped her for a little while.

I have to give her credit for that, she did manage to evade his stabs a few times!

but she was most definitely the funniest character (and best) in a horror movie to date :D

]{eith
15-07-09, 21:38
You're kidding?! I can't believe they're gonna make another movie after that. I just hope it goes straight to DVD if they ever film it.

I'm not too worried. Every year there has been news stories cropping up about MK3. This last one is a little more widespread and wasn't just on ridiculous sites no one has heard but was on MTV (how credible they are, I don't know) but something always happens and MK3 is shut back away where it belongs. :p

tranniversary119
15-07-09, 21:47
In twilight when Edward showed himself in the light. That was brutal.

Anne Boleyn
15-07-09, 21:52
How could I forget 'Elizabeth' with Cate Blanchett? I don't mind some artistic license, but the historical inaccuracies made the film downright farcical. I mean, Walsingham (who wasn't even around in Elizabeth's early reign) travels to Scotland (didn't happen) and murders Marie de Guise (who died of dropsy). Add to that Elizabeth living in huge, gothic cathedrals rather than Tudor palaces, the Queen not knowing about Leicester's marriage (she attended the wedding in real life!), Isabel Knollys (WHO?!) being poisoned by a DRESS... God, I could go on. And don't start me on 'The Golden Age', which didn't even have the great cinematography or watchability of its predecessor.

Rivendell
15-07-09, 22:34
The bit in 'The Mist' between the title and the credits. I couldn't watch it without screaming in disbelief at the annoying stupidity of the characters.

Quasimodo
15-07-09, 22:37
Any time there's a goofy things-are-looking-up-look-at-us-all-with-our-****-eating-grins-in-the-sunshine scene set to abnoxiously upbeat music. Urghhh.

Tyrannosaurus
15-07-09, 22:49
Any and all romantic comedies. They're incredibly contrived. And they aren't about telling actual stories, but about watching two attractive celebrities pretend to fall in love for our entertainment. And you know these are actors who have big egos and are awaiting huge paychecks, so they will never step out of their usual schtick for long. One predictable misunderstanding and humiliation after another, the sitcom moments, cheap gags, the inevitable false crisis and false dawn, someone going to insane lengths to tell the other s/he loves him/her, and this somehow doesn't result in the object of affection calling security or mistaking the other for a stalker.

Real life just isn't like that.

Any and all slasher movies. These movies are pornography in the respect that they are about body parts and not people, and the money shot is supplied by blood rather than semen. They are incredibly cheap, underwritten, catatonically boring, and deadening to the imagination. If you've seen one of these movies, you've seen them all, and there is absolutely no reason to watch the same one again. The only novelty a slasher film could possibly offer you is a new method of seeing someone getting killed.

Maybe my standards are a little too high, but I'd like to watch a movie where I can take more out of it than that.

Most movie parodies. These just aren't funny any more, and they are centered on gag-based humor and have nothing to say about anything. Scary Movie and all of it's ilk have pretty much annihilated the genre for all time. To pay for this sort of movie is to pay someone to construct a replica of a set of a better film (one that might actually be about something) and watch a group of actors standing in front of these sets and wait for them to do something funny. And these are written by writers who should not be allowed to write, who have overwhelming contempt for you and the rest of their audience. The highest form of creative art is fantasy. The lowest form is satire or parody.

Encore
15-07-09, 23:00
Most movie parodies.

So true. I was zapping movie channels and watched a bit of "Meet the Spartans" the other day.
That is one big WTF. :hea:

Jo269976
15-07-09, 23:04
Indeed. First movie was far below decent, but it was watchable. Second movie though... what were they thinking? Has anyone who worked on movie actually watch it?

That movie never happened, we never got a sequel.

Who said Annihilation? :mad:

:ton:

]{eith
15-07-09, 23:44
That movie never happened, we never got a sequel.

Who said Annihilation? :mad:

:ton:

:vlol: Hear, hear!! :tmb:

Anne Boleyn
15-07-09, 23:45
So true. I was zapping movie channels and watched a bit of "Meet the Spartans" the other day.
That is one big WTF. :hea:

I agree when it comes to the risible spate of MODERN movie parodies. Meet the Spartans, Superhero Movie, Disaster Movie, Epic Movie, et alia are all cheaply made rubbish; and even casual filmgoers recognise them for the poor quality pap they are.

However, Mel Brooks at his height produced some great spoofs, so I suggest you take a look at a few oldies to see it done right. It will probably make you detest Meet the Spartans even more (if that's possible!). Personally, I found that film unwatchable and had to turn it off.

Lee croft
15-07-09, 23:46
My Bloody Valentine, when the naked girl hides under the bed (the LAST place a killer would check :rolleyes:) then she uses the wired net of the bed as protection against a pickaxe! :confused: :hea:

OMG i saw that film that whole scene cracked me up :vlol: most funny part was when her and the guy were ...:mis: ... and she looked up at her self in the mirror and said omg i look great!!

dcw123
16-07-09, 00:03
Although I love horror/slasher films, I just lol at the stupidity of most main characters...
"Whos there?.. Hello?"
Phffff :p Who would be that stupid.. really

Romantics Inc.
16-07-09, 00:06
My Bloody Valentine, when the naked girl hides under the bed (the LAST place a killer would check :rolleyes:) then she uses the wired net of the bed as protection against a pickaxe! :confused: :hea:

O M G! JUST MY POINT! ITS JUST BOOBS FOR THE ENTIrE MOVIE! Boobs, drinking, and blood! NONE of it is scary, so it shouldnt be called a horror moviiee!! :hea:

:)

Lee croft
16-07-09, 00:08
O M G! JUST MY POINT! ITS JUST BOOBS FOR THE ENTIrE MOVIE! Boobs, drinking, and blood! NONE of it is scary, so it shouldnt be called a horror moviiee!! :hea:

:)

got to admit though some of it was funny

Megalith
16-07-09, 01:27
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Sir Croft
16-07-09, 01:29
That old lady from Titanic throwing the million-worthy necklace into the sea, for God's sake, lady!!

larafan25
16-07-09, 01:55
when the little mice are rushing to get the key up the stairs to unlock cinderella,man it is soooooo intense I am on the edge of my seat all the way through that scene:)

Shark_Blade
16-07-09, 02:07
I was annoyed with Von Croy in Last Revelation.

Lara : Is that you Werner? No more Seth?
Werner : No time to explain. Your hand child! Give me your hand!
Lara : *falls and hang on a ledge* It's good to see you again....
Werner : I couldn't LEAVE YOU!!!......

*small rubbles falls on him* O_0
*runs away*

x2crazyidiot
16-07-09, 10:08
OMG i saw that film that whole scene cracked me up :vlol: most funny part was when her and the guy were ...:mis: ... and she looked up at her self in the mirror and said omg i look great!!

aha I burst out laughing at that part :vlol:
she's truely an amazing movie character. Oscar worthy!

TRLegendLuver
16-07-09, 10:12
That old lady from Titanic throwing the million-worthy necklace into the sea, for God's sake, lady!!

Oh I know! I was like, what the hell?!

scion05
16-07-09, 11:05
The bit in Mortal Kombat :

" Give me a break "
" Okay... "
*Sonya snaps his kneck*

Nannonxyay
16-07-09, 13:11
Mortal Kombat was such a crappy movie, but I used to watch it religiously. :p

Croft, Lara
16-07-09, 14:46
1) Whenever Angelina Jolie speaks in the Tomb Raider films. That is a dreadful accent!!

2) The casting of Emma Watson as Hermione Granger!! (Hermione isn't supposed to be that stunning!!!)

3) The Day the Earth Stood Still (original)

*Big Metal Man walks towards woman*

*she stares at him for a minute*

Woman: ARRRRRRR! *throws herself into a corner*

WUT???

4) I know it's not a film but:

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Geri Halliwell, you have ruined my life for the last time! *grabs shotgun*

Autolycus
16-07-09, 14:53
Two words Napoleon Dynamite the whole film annoyed the hell out of me. Thats 1 and a half hours i'll never get back.

nickless
16-07-09, 14:53
no particular movie but i find it quite funny when someone sneeks around,careful not to make a single sound,even stops breathing.but in this very moment they are wering high-heeled shoes or just ones with hard soles.and it's like theya re dancing cha-cha-cha while trying to escape their killer :D

scremanie
16-07-09, 15:16
Two words Napoleon Dynamite the whole film annoyed the hell out of me. Thats 1 and a half hours i'll never get back.

Agreed! man that was such an annoying **** movie :mad: "GOSH" *throws head to side*


Oh.. and also in horror movies when the people run up stairs to try and get away from the killer...?? WTF! there's something called a front door! :hea:

Naz2000
16-07-09, 15:35
The ending part of Romeo and Juliet (the most recent remake) gets me so mad everytime I watch it. If Juliet would have whacked the poison out of Romeo's hand instead of staring at him neither one of them would have died!

miss.haggard
16-07-09, 15:53
Transformers 2. The scene where Shia and Megan are saying goodbye before he goes off to school - "Say it!" "No! You say it!" "Im not going to say it till YOU say it!" "Well youll have to say I love you first... silly!"

And the entire time the camera is just circling around, spinning, and spinning... GAWD! I actually want to go back, just to watch that part and time it... cause it seemed like it lasted for eternity, for all I know, another form of me is still sitting there watching that crap.

Like I didnt get sick enough just watching that pathetic joke of a movie, Mr Bay had to throw in some twists and turns to his camera work ...

Encore
16-07-09, 16:18
However, Mel Brooks at his height produced some great spoofs,

SO TRUE! I completely forgot about that. I love his movies! Probably because I just see them as good comedy on itself, rather than just a parody. :)

Drone
16-07-09, 17:30
entire tr1 and tr2 movies :wve:

McGloomy
16-07-09, 21:10
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire -
Before Harry enters the Weasley's tent: "I love magic!"

I half expected him to say it again in the next two movies when he saw Grimmauld Place 12 for the first time or when Dumbledore cleaned up Slughorn's hide-out. "I love magic!" :rolleyes: